Journey to Iguazú Falls
In the native Guaraní language, Iguazú means “big river,” and when Eleanor Roosevelt first laid eyes on the famous landmark, she exclaimed “Poor Niagra!” but, at the end of the day, there are no words to capture the full magnitude of the Iguazú Falls. Made up of 275 distinct waterfalls and marking a meeting point between Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, they are truly a sight to behold. Take in the spectacle from afar. Get up close inside the Devil’s Throat. Whatever perspective you approach them from, the Iguazú Falls will leave you speechless.
Please note: Price valid through September 30, 2017.
Transfer from Puerto Iguazú Airport on the border of Argentina and Brazil. After some time to settle in we will set out on a 2-hour bike ride through the Iryapú Jungle, where you will also visit the Myba Guaraní Village.
Today, explore the three circuits found on the Argentine side of Iguazú Falls. Ride a gas-propelled train, thread your way down catwalks of varying lengths and cross several islands before reaching a spectacular, larger-than-life view of the Devil’s Throat at the end of the trail.
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast and take one last look at the falls before departing.